Demolished Sydney Talks

Demolished Sydney Talks

Join some of Australia’s most influential architects, historians, heritage professionals and social commentators to further explore the themes and stories behind the Demolished Sydney exhibition, on at the Museum of Sydney until 17 April 2017.

The Demolished Sydney talks series focuses on commentary and ideas around significant demolished sites such as the Kent Brewery, Sydney Harbour, Rowe Street, the State Office Block and the Garden Palace, exploring their history and evolution. Speakers include Ian Innes, Director, Heritage & Collections, Sydney Living Museums; artist Peter Kingston; curator Dr Charles Pickett; historian and author Ian Hoskins; and artist Jonathan Jones.

Talks 3pm - 4.30pm - Museum of Sydney - for further information on each talk and the speakers please click on the below

19 February - Sydney’s Hard Working Harbour: a History

26 February - Kaldor Public Art Project: Sydney’s Lost Garden Palace

5 March - Rowe Street: Remembering Sydney’s Slice of Bohemia

19 March - Last Drinks: From Kent Brewery to Apartment Living

2 April - The Black Stump: Valuing the modernist heritage of the State Office Block


Bookings essential

Book online or call the Box office: 1300 448 849

Individual talk price:
General $40
Concession $35
Members $30

Early Bird-Series Ticket: $100 (save up to 50% until 26 January 2017)

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